5. Jairo Riedewald – Crystal Palace
Is the modern day market any signing under 30 million seems like good business, priced at a mere £7.6m Riedewald seems like really a great deal for this promising young versatile defender.
He is versatile and can play as a left-back and a holding midfielder in the past, however centre-half is where he looks set to play in the Premier League.
De Boer seems to prefer a three-man defence, so Riedewald will be a vital asset with his positive passing and impressive ability to the game.
4. Roque Mesa – Swansea
With the departures of Jack Cork to Burnley and Leon Britton turning 35 soon, Mesa is the ideal candidate to take the deep-lying playmaker role at the Liberty Stadium.
Still only 28 years old, he very impressively completed 91.4% of his passes for Las Palmas last season.
3. Mohamed Salah – Liverpool
15 Serie A goals and 11 assists last season is an outstanding return for a winger in any league.
He his lighting pace much like his attacking counterpart Mané. This will only help Liverpool improve their already impressive ability to turn defence to attack in an split second.
Priced at £35m he seems like a great piece of business.
2 . Sandro Ramirez – Everton
At 22 and costing a measly 5 million pounds, Sandro has huge potential to develop even further, especially as he looks set to slot straight into Everton’s first team, he looks set to be one of the signings of the summer.
He scored 16 times in 31 appearances in all competitions for Malaga last term.
1. Javier Hernandez – West Ham
£16m transfer fee is a daylight robbery in this current market, Chicharito as he is most commonly known, is a bona fide poacher of the highest quality and by far the best deal of the current transfer market.
If he is played to his strengths at West Ham, he will undoubedy ease Slaven Bilic’s woes. He has averaged a very impressive 1 goal every 134 minutes throughout his European football career.